E3 EXPO 2011: ARCADE TOKEN GIVE-AWAY!!!
Sponsored By: DigThatBox.com
DigThatBox.com Announces 2011 Arcade Token Give-Away
Site Giving Away Limited Edition Silver Arcade Tokens at E3 Expo 2011, Anime Expo, SDCC 11, and Online
HOLLYWOOD, CA June 3rd, 2011 – They
are doing it again! The madmen at digthatbox.com are proud to announce the 2011 Arcade Token Give-Away. Representatives of
the site will be giving away 3,000 beautifully crafted, custom made silver arcade tokens at the upcoming 2011 E3 Expo™
in Los Angeles, CA.
year digthatbox.com distributed 5,000 custom made arcade tokens at the 2010 E3 Expo™. After the massive
success last year’s give-away the site has decided to do it again, only this time the site is giving away limited edition
silver arcade tokens. The extremely high quality nickel plated arcade tokens are limited to a run of 3,000. These finely crafted
coins are made from the highest quality materials. Due to increased production costs the tokens are limited to a run of 3,000
and will be available only on a first come, first served basis.
E. Thomas, also known as “Mr. E3,” says: “I had an incredible time giving away tokens
to my fellow E3 attendees. It was an amazing experience. People have often asked me why I would do something like this? My
response is always the same. Why not? E3 is like a gigantic party. And I just want to make sure everyone is having as much
fun as I am. Besides in recent years companies have really cut down on the number of freebies they give away at the show.
That’s another reason why I decided to create these tokens. I wanted to give everyone a souvenir. They are a
celebration of gaming and of the E3 Expo. And if you can’t make it to the show I’ll send you one in the mail,
no matter where you live in the World.*” (*while supplies last)
and unique collector’s item was created by artist Christian George-Morehouse in co-operation with Osborne Coinage®.
These freshly minted nickel plated tokens shine with a beautiful silver luster. The coin layout is an homage to
the famous Chuck E. Cheese® token. The center of the design features the classic Space Invader logo, known worldwide as
the universal symbol of video games. The text around the logo reads “Dig That Box.com Can You Dig It?”
will also be giving away tokens to its loyal online readers. Additional details for the online give-away will be released
during the 2011 E3 Expo™, which runs from June 7th to June 9th. Tokens will also be available at the Los Angeles Anime
Expo and the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con. Stay tuned for additional details.
a video game and pop culture web site based in the heart of Hollywood California. Our content is a unique blend of pop
culture topics, underground art and video game news. The name for the site comes from the company logo, which is the platonic
cube. The site has the important distinction of being the only video game related web site based in Hollywood California.
For more information please visit www.DigThatBox.com
About Artist Christian George-Morehouse:
Christian is an expert in the field of Movie and Television Props. He has
also produced several amazing custom made toys that have been sold to dealers and collectors all around the Globe. His work
is often imitated but never duplicated. His attention to detail and his commitment to perfection are unmatched.
About: Osborne Coinage®:
Osborne Coinage® America’s oldest and most esteemed private mint.
Their brands include, Tokens Direct, Roger Williams Mint, Kilmartin Industries, and Van Brook of Lexington. The company produces
high quality custom coins, tokens, key chains, and medallions.
About E3 Expo™ 2010:
E3 Expo™ is the world's premiere trade show for computer and video games and related products. The show is
owned by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA®), the U.S. association dedicated to serving the business and public
affairs needs of the companies, publishing interactive games for video game consoles, handheld devices, personal computers,
and the Internet. For more information, please visit www.E3Expo.com or www.theESA.com.
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